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Old 03-21-2012, 09:12 PM   #15
HowardBrazee
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Thanks. I hope I installed it correctly, I'll test it out later today.
Rebooting didn't help, so I tried the mdimport. I suspect I need to make it a SUDO command, as my ID doesn't have administrator privilege. I think I installed it correctly to the system libraries.

Last login: Wed Mar 21 18:05:25 on console
Kernel Information: Darwin 11.3.0 x86_64
\e[0;33mGNU bash, version 3.2.48(1)-release (x86_64-apple-darwin11)
Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
\e[1;30mUptime: 19:03 up 1 hr, 2 users, load averages: 0.68 0.52 0.61
\e[1;30mServer time is: Wed Mar 21 19:03:46 MDT 2012
~ > mdimport -r ~/Library/Spotlight/epub.mdimporter
2012-03-21 19:03:58.240 mdimport[1418:707] could not find path '/Users/HBrazee/Library/Spotlight/epub.mdimporter'
Usage: -o path Write the imported attributes to a file, instead of sending them to the server.
[OPTION] path
-d debugLevel Integer between 1-4
-g plugin Import files using the listed plugin, rather than the system installed plugins.
-p Print out performance information gathered during the run
-A Print out the list of all of the attributes and exit
-X Print out the schema file and exit
-L Print out the List of plugins that we are going to use and exit
-r Ask the server to reimport files for UTIs claimed by the listed plugin.
-n Don't send the imported attributes to the data store.
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